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Feb
11
answered What exactly is the act of playing behind the beat?
Jan
28
comment Rests & Their Usefulness in Drums
with standard notation, you can only sort of tell when the note starts by looking at it's spacing. But when things get busy, the spacing can change wildly. This rubber banding of time makes rests necessary. Without the rubber banding, standard notation would take up a lot more space (as piano roll notation does). But if things are always busy anyway, like they usually are with drums, piano roll notation can be a lot better. (my opinion)
Jan
27
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Jan
24
comment Chord notation for stacked and inverted chords or intervals?
P stands for perfect. Which I thiiiink means has no minor/major alterations. (perfect unison, perfect fifth, etc)
Jan
24
answered Is closed hi-hat the same as foot hi-hat
Jan
23
answered Chord notation for stacked and inverted chords or intervals?
Jan
22
comment How to enhance a basic drum kit without buying
No answer here. But I just hit guitarcenter recently. A good Yamaha set with all the drums,cyms is $1000. And the snare has multiple zones. That's what -I'm- doin':)
Jan
21
revised Standard notation for an octave
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Jan
21
answered Standard notation for an octave
Jan
17
comment Composing For Drums as a Non-drummer
That's a pretty open ended question. If you want a real answer you'll probably have to narrow it down. If you wanna do it right, find a drum teacher, buy a set, and start down the path. Otherwise, just stick with the "if it sounds good, it is good" rule.
Jan
16
answered 'Fine' at the end of the song
Jan
7
comment How much practicing time per week is enough to progress with piano for beginner?
Oops :) Yep. Same deal.
Jan
7
answered How much practicing time per week is enough to progress with piano for beginner?
Jan
3
comment Is there a color code for notes?
I'm not sure he's thought that out too well... On his lower diagram, F is orange. I'm not sure how he justifies starting the hue somewhere other than C=hue of 0?
Jan
2
answered Can piano be self learned?
Oct
24
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Oct
24
reviewed Approve Looking for a list of common 4-note chords
Oct
24
comment Looking for a list of common 4-note chords
rats - formatting is messed up and I can't fix it. If one of the site editor dudes could fix it, I'd appreciate that... In the mean time... 4, 2, 6, m2, m6, 7, M7, m7, mM7, dim7, m7b5, 7sus, 7b5, 7#5, M7#5
Oct
24
answered Looking for a list of common 4-note chords
Oct
15
comment What musical scales should I include in my electronic musical composition tool
got a link? :) (adding more characters so it'll be 15 characters in length cuz site whines about this...)